Stanley Classic One Hand Vacuum Mug
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- Vacuum insulated body. 18/8 stainless steal. Push button lid.
- Leak proof. Packable. Dishwasher safe.
- BPA free. Imported.
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With an insulated body and lid keeping drinks hot for six hours and cold for 24, this is the perfect container for everyday needs regardless of weather.
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What drew me to this was the stainless steel construction, vacuum insolation, one hand simple opening to drink, reports that it doesn't leak, and durability, which I can verify is true for all. Have routinely used this since I bought it.
It does not leak . . . at all. I trust it filled and in my computer bag. However, after sealing it there may be a small amount of liquid that stays where the liquid exits the cap, which I simply slurp up if I think it's needed (which is not very often).
Biggest "risk" is over-tightening the cap and not being able to easily undo it later (after the mug cools down). And, this mug keeps my coffee plenty hot enough for me for 5 or 6 hours. And I have no issues squeezing the button to operate it. And while you drink/pour, I believe the air comes in around the button.
Cleaning the lid and mug is harder than others describe. Mug, just because it's deep, but similar to any other shaped mug. Lid has a bunch more parts than described by others. It does disassemble to 3 sub-assemblies, but each of those has parts as well. I have not figured out how to disassemble the button yet portion yet, and that's what I feel is most needed. So, when I'm doing a more thorough "cleaning" I end up soaking the 3 subassemblies in hot, soapy water, then scrubbing and rinsing all the parts thoroughly. But for black coffee, a simple rinse seems to largely suffice.
Well I think that's all the stuff it occurs to me to relate on the mug. I've also have a Thermos Stainless-Steel Vacuum Insulated Bottle which is wonderful at keeping coffee hot and I use to refill through the day. The pair make a great stainless steel combo!
12/18/2017 Update. Still loving the mug! Have a bit of a process for washing it now, which I do roughly every few weeks (in addition to a simpler wash I do almost every morning). I've been using the dishwasher tablets, dissolving that into ~ 1 gallon of very hot water, then filling the mug (and the referenced thermos) and letting them sit overnight without lids. The lids I disassemble as much as possible and have worked out how to keep those submerged in the same soaping type of water. This removes any buildups of coffee and everything looks sparkling clean. Just be careful to fully rinse to avoid soapy flavors.
It does however have a funny taste when new due to offgassing in the rubber. I found this true with tea and even with coffee. The seals appear to be silicone, which are generally harmless, but it does add an odd taste. Definitely worth it to leave it overnight with some boiled water and run it through the seals. I did this and the odd taste disappeared.
Even with the offgassing, I love this thing. I tested this mug against a variety of thermoses and vacuum containers. It did very well, especially considering that this was the only one with an easy to poor top. The two best thermoses required unscrewing of a cap and pouring into another container, where as this mug just needs push of a button. You can't beat this design for convenience.
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